Archived posting to the Leica Users Group, 2005/02/11

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Subject: [Leica] Old Kodak prepaid processing mailers WORK FINE
From: mak at (
Date: Fri Feb 11 08:04:53 2005

They still work fine. Kodak honors the 20 exposure mailers for 24 exposure 
rolls. The only valid Kodak mailing address I know of for mailers is PO Box 
7000 Fairlawn NJ 07410.

They seem to be farming out their processing these days.

I have had 110 (from a Pentax 110 SLR) processed in the past year or 
so...pretty sure they no longer have the masks on line for 126 C-41...

Speaking of which Blue Moon DOES process everything...Minox 110 126 etc...
-----Original Message-----
From: Doug Herr <>
Sent: Feb 10, 2005 10:00 PM
To: Leica Users Group <>
Subject: Re: [Leica] Old Kodak prepaid processing mailers

on 2/10/05 6:07 PM, Peter Klein at wrote:

> A colleague found a few old Kodak prepaid processing mailers in his
> desk.  He no longer shoots film, so he gave them to me.
> The mailer says the following on the front:
> For 20 color slides
> PK 20
> Kodak Mailer
> Prepaid processing of 20-exposure Kodachrome or Kodak Ektachrome film
> Sizes 110, 126 and 135.
> Does anyone know if the mailers can still be used for anything?   Given the
> mention of 126 (Instamatic cartridges?) they must be pretty old.  Do any
> Kodak 35mm slide films come in rolls of 20 rather than 24?   I've almost
> always shot 36-exposure rolls, so I've not really paid attention to the
> smaller rolls.
> --Peter

20 exposures is ancient history.  I bet the mailers would also work with
24-exposure rolls.

Doug Herr
Birdman of Sacramento

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